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This book is timeless. The narrative starts with an unsettling volley of actions and emotions, but this confusion sets the stage so perfectly for what is to follow. Read morePublished 10 days ago by W. Frazier
This is a solid legal thriller/mystery. Technological advancements make some parts of it feel dated, but all and all a good read.Published 19 days ago by Pete Davidson
A re-read... At least now 3 times. A good good story, sex, lies,thrills and murder. Onto the next Scott Turow's book into the series. Read morePublished 20 days ago by Kathleen M Jordan
The story line had me captured from the beginning... and just when I thought I figured out the ending... I got twisted and the twisted again. Ingenious story.Published 28 days ago by The Ground Pounder
Read this ages ago. One of the all-time great legal thrillers. Turow's greatest strength is he knows how to end a book. That's a rare talent indeed.Published 1 month ago by Stewart Bushman
I read "Presumed Innocent" when the movie came out in the late eighties or early nineties. I just read it again and aside from the references to mainframe computers and VHS... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pattio
The book started out very slow. But at the beginning of the second section it took off. This is very different from legal suspense novels of the modern era. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Avid_readerSS
Better than the movie, more detailed. Also one of the few fictional law books that utilized Westlaw-Legal Solutions guidelines! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Eloise Ockert